2007 Hyundai Azera Limited 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 5A)
Good price, and lots of goodies for the price. Great ride, and if you take care of them, they will not only turn heads on the higher end vehicles, but also keep going for years to come. I kept my XG350 and continue to drive it in tandem with my Azera. However, Hyundai does a poor job in transport. Visually inspect any new purchase very closely. They are poor when it comes to care after it leaves the plant. Deep scratches and sometimes missing clearcoat spots seem to be a problem with Hyundai and the attitude extends to it's dealerships.
Most comfortable seats I have ever had in a car along with plenty of interior space.
Put a full size spare in the car, drive in the west and you will understand. Offer rubber floor mats, carpet does not do well in some climatic areas. The grooved shift layout will eventually wear down and look poor, I recommend the straight shift method used in the XG models.
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